What's The Outlook For Winter This Year? Ask 'La Niña'The National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration (NOAA) Thursday put out its updated forecast through February, and they're hinting that the mild weather we've been enjoying is about to end.
How Weather Affects The Fall Color SeasonVal Cervenka, of the Minnesota DNR, says this year we're actually getting a late start to fall colors compared to the past few years.
Cold Weather Rule Goes Into Effect This WeekendIt's that time of year when the apples are ripe for picking, the leaves are changing, the sun is setting faster, and the cold weather rule goes into effect.
Northern Minnesota Sees Season's First SnowfallThe first snowflakes of the season fell in Minnesota early on Friday morning. Cold air came in behind the front that brought an inch of rain to the Twin Cities on Thursday night.
Good Question: What Do Hurricane Category Numbers Mean?Hurricane Matthew is expected to make landfall Friday morning in Florida as a Category-4 storm.
Twin Cities Native Plans To Ride Out Hurricane MatthewA Bloomington native who now lives on Florida's east coast says she and her family have decided to ride out Hurricane Matthew.
4 Things To Know: Hurricane Matthew, Chelsea Clinton & MoreFrom Chelsea Clinton's visit to Minnesota to Paisley Park opening for limited tours, here is a look at the top four stories from Oct. 6, 2016.
Sewer Backup Causes Walker Art Center To Temporarily CloseA sewer backup has caused Minneapolis' Walker Art Center to close for a couple days.
4 Things To Know: Vice Presidential Debate, Hurricane Matthew, Arnold Palmer & MoreFrom the first and only vice presidential debate to Hurricane Matthew, here is a look at the four stories to know from Oct. 4, 2016.
Fall Colors Beginning To Pop In Parts Of MinnesotaSigns of fall are slowly creeping in to the metro. There are plenty of places around the state to get a glimpse of the vibrant leaves throughout the season.
Some Cedar Rapids Residents Allowed To Return As River RecedesAuthorities are allowing some residents to return to their homes and other properties in Cedar Rapids' flood evacuation zone.
Officials: Wisconsin Flood Damage Approaching $20 MillionWisconsin emergency management officials say the damage to homes, businesses and public infrastructure from flooding that started last week is now approaching $20 million.